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The apical and middle thirds of maxillary lateral incisor roots affected by ectopic eruption of the canine are commonly resorbed.
This case report describes the non-surgical treatment with MTA and a six-year follow-up of a maxillary lateral incisor, resorbed by ectopic eruption of the canine and complicated by a lateral luxation injury.
Ectopic eruption of hte mandibular first permanente molar.
The association among four anomalies (first molar ectopic eruption, lower first molar infra-ochlesis, upper canine ectopic eruption and premolar agenesis) was investigated by Bjerklin et al.
Further in 1998, Baccetti studied the association pattern among five types of dental anomalies (second pre-molar agenesis, reduced size of the upper side incisive, lower first molar infraochlesis, first molar ectopic eruption, upper canine ectopic eruption) (Baccetti & Tollaro, 1995).
Resorption of maxillary lateral incisors caused by ectopic eruption of the canines.
resorption of primary maxillary canines in connection with ectopic eruption of permanent second maxillary incisors.
Key words: Ectopic eruption, first permanent molar, dental anomalies, cleft lip and palate.
Key words: Ectopic eruption, nasal tooth, oro-facial-digital syndrome, supernumerary tooth
12-14) Ectopic eruption of a permanent incisor may result from traumatic injury to its predecessor.
Agenesis (a congenital absence of a permanent tooth or germ), supernumerary teeth (teeth that ap-pear in addition to the regular number of teeth), ectopic eruption (eruption of a tooth in an abnormal position), Impaction (a tooth that is not expected to erupt com-pletely into its normal functional position based on clinical and radiographic assessment).
Most frequent was the buccal/labial ectopic eruption, 38 out of 41 (93%), followed by palatal impac-tion, 2, (5%) and the lingually blocked out ectopic canines, 1 (2%).